Nigeria Decides 2019: Know Your Presidential Candidates (PART 1)

Nigeria Decides 2019: Know Your Presidential Candidates (PART 1)

Sure, you’re familiar with Know Your Customer (KYC). As we approach 2019 General Elections, all the major political parties that will be represented at the polls during the presidential race have all submitted names of their aspirants to the electoral umpire, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

With more than 90 political parties you do need to Know Your Presidential Candidates (KYPC) in the  February 16, 2019 Presidential Elections.Buhari Acceptance Speech as APC 2019 Presidential Elections

The countdown has begun: November, December, January, and February will be a crucial month as Nigerians will be going to the polls to elect who will be leading them for the next four year.Atiku Abubakar is PDP presidential candidate in 2019 presidential elections

Here is the list of Presidential Candidates for each of the political parties ahead of Nigeria’s 2019 Elections.

Oby Ezekwesili Presidential candidate of Allied Congress Party of Nigeria (ACPN)
Photo credit: Nigerian Television Authority

Know Your Presidential Candidates (KYPC) for February 16, 2019 Presidential Elections in Nigeria

  1. African Action Congress (AAC): Omoyele Sowore
  2. African Democratic Congress (ADC): Obadiah Mailafia
  3. Action Democratic Party (ADP): Yabagi Sani
  4. Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN): Fela Durotoye
  5. Hashim – Alliance for People’s Trust: Gbenga Olawepo
  6. Independent Democrats (ID): Edozie Madu
  7. Zenith Labour Party (ZLP): Olusegun Mimiko
  8. All Progressives’ Congress (APC): President Muhammadu Buhari
  9. People’s Democratic Party: Atiku Abubakar
  10. National Interest Party (NIP): Eunice Atuejide
  11. Byron – Kowa Party (KP): Adesina Fagbenro
  12. Advanced Allied Party (AAP): Chike Ukaegbu
  13. Allied Congress Party of Nigeria (ACPN): Obiageli Ezekwesili
  14. All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA): John Ogbor
  15. Young Progressive Party (YPP): Kingsley Moghalu
  16. Yes Electorates Solidarity (YES): Alistair Soyode
  17. People’s Party of Nigeria (PPN): Hamza Al-Mustapha
  18. Sustainable National Party (SNP): Ahmed Buhari
  19. Democratic People’s Congress (DPC): Williams Awosola
  20. Abundance Nigeria Renewal Party (ANRP): Tope Fasua
  21. Social Democratic Party (SDP): Donald Duke
  22. National Rescue Movement (NRM): Usman Ibrahim Alhaji
  23. Peoples Democratic Movement (PDM): Habu Aminchi
  24. Alliance for Democracy (AD): Eniola Ojajuni
  25. All Blending Party (ABP): Moses Shipi
  26. We the People of Nigeria (WTPN): Peter Nwangwu
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Conclusion:

Nigeria’s 2019 General Elections is going to be the most interesting in the history of Nigeria since her return to democratic rule in 1999.

The incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari will have a lot of other brilliant young Nigerians.

Upcoming post…Biography of each of the presidential aspirants

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